Individual will be responsible for the overall project management of all IT related activities to support company's mergers, acquisitions, divestitures and site closures. Responsible for the management of IT projects through the phases of Due Diligence review, Pre-Closure through Day 1 Preparations, and Day One Go-Live through the Transitional Services Agreement (TSA) timeframe.
The individual must have a strong IT background. The individual should have extensive knowledge in IT Infrastructures, broad knowledge of business applications used in a manufacturing environment, and detailed understanding of executing projects and operations in a highly regulated environment. This role requires that the person have the ability to work with discretion during the confidential phases of the transactions.
The individual must be able to quickly engage with IT Senior Management involved in business development projects, and this individual will represent the IT organization when appropriate.
The PM will be responsible for business requirement definition during the due diligence phase, and will lead the assessment meetings pertaining to IT system(s) impact and costs.
The individual will be responsible for day-to-day management of the project(s) and will oversee the associated IT budgets, costs, and contracts. The individual must posses a high business acumen and have the ability to interact and communicate with both internal and external entities (IT, Business Development, Legal, etc.) The manager will facilitate and coordinate various Business owners and IT technical and functional owners in reaching decisions regarding system support during transitional support agreement.
Must be able to work proactively with infrastructure, operations and application business owners to deliver on internal IT timelines and with external partners to ensure timely adherence to the requirements agreed to in the TSA.